Well it honestly depends. My closest friend married her high school sweetheart. They dated all through school, then married and today are the picture of happiness. Not saying all is always sunny side up, cause they've had their griefs...but they have remained true to one another. They are dedicated to each other and their children. True soulmates, a happy family, and two of the finest people on this earth. My friend told me that when she met him...she just knew that he was the one for her. If you can't honestly say to yourself that is the way you feel at 18, then I'd say it's probably not a good idea.
Personally, I don't think it is a bad idea to get married as long as you are getting married to the right reasons. You should also make sure that you are ready for the responsibility and commitment that marriage requires before getting into it.
Yes, i am 19 and made a vow to wait till im atleast 21. First thing whats the rush? Hold off another 3 years it wont be that bad. Most marriages fail because of the issue of money. Why get married before your ready? By wiating and saving you can instead get a home and save soo much money instead of putting endless cash into an aparent that will never be urs. Then theres the thing you cant drink on your wedding day which kinda Sucks. But most of all those 3 years can be the true test of your relathionship with tour partner. My bf and i have datedbfor 4 years and by waiting i know our marriage will be stronger, good luck! :)
YES! You are too young to be in such a serious relationship. Nothing wrong with dating at your age. If you love him, be with him. No need to get married. And speaking for guys, he is probably around your age and will lust after other women. As he matures (he can't be mature at your age), he will prove his commitment to the relationship or leave you. But there is no need for you to marry at 18. Sounds like you are marrying to cement him to you. Do NOT get married. Can't you just be together for more years? Are you scared if you don't marry, he will leave? What's important is that you are together. Marriage changes nothing (except gives you a tax break). Life goes on.
Age is totally beside the point. If your parents and In-laws support your decision and you are in the right position to (aka money and school) and you guys love each other, in other words would you lay you life down for him, and he you; you won't change your mind ten years from now.
Yes you are still a teenager. You need to be grown up to make that decision. This is the person you are going to have babies with, the person who will fight bills and taxes with you, the person who you will die with. Also think about what your parents would say.